Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was released in Japan on June 11th. And without any real surprise, the 21st animated film in the franchise is a huge success in Japanese theaters.
Initially scheduled for April 22, the Dragon Ball Super film: Super Herowas pushed back to June 11 after Toei Animation fell victim to an external hack, which also delayed the airing of episodes of some anime like One Piece. However, released just four days ago in Japanese cinemas, the 21st film in the Dragon Ball franchise is a real success.
Indeed, yesterday we learned that the film had generated over its first two days of Japanese screening no less than 498,000 admissions for 670 million yen (about 4.761 million euros). Its performances put the film at the top of the Japanese box office for the past weekend.
A huge success for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero
Unsurprisingly, the 21st feature film in the Dragon Ball saga is a real hit with fans . The second film in the Dragon Ball Super franchise, the film benefited from significant communication, particularly around its design. Recently, fans were able to discover the origin of the creation of the two cyborgs, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. More recently, Crunchyrollannounced the first international release dates for the film.